1. Check marinade and sauce ingredients.
Marinating before grilling makes the meat nice and tender, but it can also render it full of gluten. Marinades can contain wheat flour, soy sauce or Worcestershire sauce, making them unsafe. Italian dressing is a great and inexpensive marinade. We also highly recommend using:
- All of the offerings from Bone Suckin’ Sauce are gluten-free, Paleo and dairy free, making them a tasty choice. Their tomato-based sauces are sweetened with honey and molasses and available in original, hot and thick varieties. Check the price on Amazon!
- New Primal’s sugar-free, Whole30-approved versatile marinades can add a flavorful kick to beef, chicken or veggies. Choose from classic, citrus herb or spicy, and let the marinade do its thing. Check the price on Amazon!
- Herbs, spices and natural ingredients come together to create one fresh and tangy peach barbecue sauce from Steve’s PaleoGoods. All of Steve’s sauces are made in small batches by hand to ensure the highest quality. And you won’t find any junk or refined sugar anywhere on the label. Check the price on Amazon!
- Tessemae’s organic BBQ sauce contains no refined sugar, is Paleo and Whole30-approved, and contains a short list of natural ingredients. Sweetened with date paste, it offers a spicy-sweet tang that complements, not overpowers, any grilled meat. Check the price on Amazon!